serializing objects - loses methods - the point being?

Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin


I know that serializing an object will lose the methods. But whats the point in that? What if we need the methods . Lets say the serialized string is sent from an external server where the calling function does not have access to the class file itself. then there is no way to use the methods?

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